New York columnist rips PK Subban for "all the time he spends posting on social media"

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P.K. Subban is an electrifying hockey player. His flamboyant fashion sense, outgoing personality, and acts of charity are beloved by many people. New York Post columnist, Brett Cyrgalis, absolutely ripped Subban on Friday for his lack of production.

Subban should be embarrassed. He has become an absolute shell of himself on the ice.

Subban has tallied 2 goals and 3 assists in 29 games this season, and criticism of his play may be warranted. The 30-year-old defenseman was traded from Montreal to Nashville, and recently to New Jersey. In addition, Cyrgalis slammed Subban for posting an excessive amount on social media

It is amazing that he has time to practice and play games with all the time he spends posting on social media. They must let him keep his phone on the bench.

Subban is engaged to to former Olympic skier, Lindsey Vonn. Subban does stellar charity work in every city he plays in, but Cyrgalis thinks he is a waste of a player.

It should be crystal clear that this has nothing to do with Subban’s charitable work. His $10 million donation to the Montreal Children’s Hospital is still breathtaking, and his visit when he was up there on Thanksgiving was heartwarming. His work continued in Nashville by bringing inner-city kids and police officers together. And surely he is going to positively effect Newark, which could use some love. His devotion to charity is awesome.

But at this juncture, Subban is hardly a NHL defenseman, let alone an elite one. All the while, he does remain an elite spokesman — just not for the Devils.

What are your thoughts on PK Subban?

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